Children’s painting exhibition aims to raise fund for mountainous poor children

The children’s painting exhibition “Beginnings” raising for charity activities opened at Lebon Café in Hanoi’s Vietnam National Museum of History on June 27.

The exhibition presents the first paintings of four preteens who love to paint including Ngo Tan Kiet, Ngo Minh Chau, Nguyen Ha Nhu, Luong Hoang Mai, aiming to raise funds for mountainous poor children.

All the proceeds will be contributed to the charity funds to build schools and houses for children with the message: “Join Hands Together To Help Mountainous Children”.

The display will run until June 28.

Compiled by Kim Khanh

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